Letters to the Editor
I have not experienced Carnival in Brazil nor Trinidad , two locales that I have heard are massive celebrations, boasting gorgeous costumes and choreographed dancing through the streets. My heart filled with joy when I saw on the US news this week Haitians filled with happiness, able to sway to the sounds of their Caribbean beat for the first time since the earthquake last year.
Saga Humane Society would like to thank everyone for their generous support with our monthly cook-off which was held on February 23rd at the Tackle Box Bar & Grill. We raised $1,383.00BZ through tickets, donations and raffle ticket sales.
15 February, 2011
On Mr. Heredia’s political propaganda that he called Christmas message he made mention of his project of a Board walkway at the back of the football field and the improving of the field. This project will be costing millions but nobody wants it.
The Board Members and Staff of SAGA HUMANE SOCIETY would like to extend their heartfelt ‘THANK YOU” to all of those who participated in and donated at this year’s 2010 fundraiser at the5th Annual San Pedro Holiday Boat Parade – we had two booths this year - Photos with Santa and a Christmas Spirit Drinks and Treats, and were successful in raising over $2,000!!. We could not have done it without you.
A large reward is being given to the person who can supply me with information as to when Mr. Lalo Tolosa comes to San Pedro or knows where he is living. Please contact Frances Ayala at 627-9345. /s/ Francis Ayala
Those of us who follow the local news of Channel 5 and Channel 7 are aware of the critical problem that exists in Belize City with the Waste Disposal System. The city is in crisis with garbage dumped all over the place and the trucking companies are not picking it up. All fingers are pointing at the mayor and the City council because they have not been paying up to their contract with the trucking company. There is blaming here and there but the bottom line is that the people are suffering because they have a dirty city in crisis.
Placencia BTIA Maintains Its Current Position: Opposed to Cruise Ship Tourism in the Greater Placencia Area.
My Present visit to San Pedro (the land of my birth) is a memorable one with sentinmental memories. I visited to commemorate “Los Finados” of our departed ones which has been a tradition in our culture. Sorry to say that only senior Sanpedranos continue this tradition. My Chichi Rosa (Parental granddmother) was a resadora, so as a child, I held on to her hand so I could accompany her to all the prayers and afterwards we were graced with chocolate drinks and caprichos (sweet bread).